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1. Legacy Kitchen
The Malle W. Trousseau collects culinary tools you’d be proud to hand down.
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2. Common Boston Common Build: 3 article 18 %
3. "Architects Have to Learn to Speak Less and to Listen More"
The particularities of place and context should be among architects' foremost preoccupations, say the Mexico City-based designers.
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4. Designing Space, Cultivating Creative Communities
As part of the Metropolis Think Tank series, Susan S. Szenasy discussed designing space and communities that inspire innovation and creativity with CBT Architects.
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5. Project Haiti II article 17 %
6. The Challenge of Keeping Austin, Austin
An interview with mayor Steve Adler on the challenges facing this fast-growing, "it" city.
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7. Q&A: Get to Know This Year's Emerging Voices
We speak to the winners of the Architectural League's 33rd annual award program about their scale of practice, what inspires them, and what's next.
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8. Out of this World
Dario Antonioni talks about his Luna chair for Orange22.
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9. FIT Students Design with Downtown America in Mind
A recent design competition hosted by New York's Fashion Institute of Technology looked to a small North Carolina town for inspiration.
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10. A New Humanism: Part 23
Light as an inescapable material of design
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11. Back to the Future
The update of Chicago’s Hilliard Center is a reminder that affordable high-rise housing can work.
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12. Nothing Wasted
J&J Industries’ water-recycling system is both environmentally responsible and economically viable.
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13. A New Humanism: Part 21
Transcending our physical and mental limitations through creative action
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14. Diller, Gehry, and the Glass Schooner on 18th Street
How Studios Architecture navigated between the world’s most demanding client and the world’s most famous architect
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15. Why Charles Moore (Still) Matters
The controversial architect continues to inspire former colleagues and collaborators.
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16. The Ad-Hoc Work Space
Designers envision new solutions for the impromptu office.
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17. Opening Up Opportunities
With a new, engaging design, New York City’s Department of Probation finds fresh purpose for its waiting rooms.
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18. Not Your Daddy’s SOM
Roger Duffy’s quiet demeanor masks a steely determination to remake one of architecture’s behemoths.
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19. A New Humanism: Part 11
The connections between intentions and expectations
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20. The Future of Work: Designing the Workplace of the Distributed Economy
To design for the future of work in the distributed economy, we must tackle the issues of disconnection, communication, and transparency.
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